These destinations where you can enjoy the sun less than 4 hours flight from Paris

From Cappadocia to the mountains of Montenegro via sublime beaches in Morocco or the Sporades: New direct flights enrich the range of sunny destinations from Paris.

Skiathos (Greece)

Skiathos is a small lively island in the Sporades’ archipelago, and in addition to one of the most impressive airports (“Saint-Martin” in Greece) has about sixty beaches, each as heavenly as the next. Yes, the island is certainly the busiest and most touristy of the Sporades. But given its rich and green nature, its sea caves, its monasteries or its fortress, it is easy to understand why.

On departure from Paris-Orly, up to two flights a week from 23 April to 24 September with Transavia.

Oviedo (Spain)

Oviedo is completely pedestrianized and it is designed to offer travelers something to quench their thirst for art and culture. Tourism Asturias

The ancient capital of the Kingdom of Asturias, founded in the 8th century, is a perfect destination for discovering the wonders of pre-Romanesque art. In the old town with its medieval atmosphere, it is a must stop at the Gothic Cathedral, the Archaeological Museum (which reproduces centuries of Asturian art, from prehistory to Romanesque, through the Roman and West Gothic periods), the palace of the Marquis of San. Félix, and of course in one speak up (ciderbar). But Oviedo is also a very good starting point for discovering its Costa Verde, filled with fishing villages.

From Paris-Orly, 2 weekly flights Tuesdays and Fridays with Vueling.

Dakhla (Morocco)

Puerto Rico beach, about thirty minutes from Dakhla. Idouhna

Dakhla is a pearl of the desert, located on the border of the Sahara and the Atlantic Ocean, where sand and water mix. The old Villa Cisneros, where the heroes of the airmail once stopped, has recently become the world capital of kitesurfers. In Dakhla, ideally located on an endless sand lagoon, the temperature and wind are mild and regular all year round. Many original eco-lodges have sprung up there in recent years, at the initiative of the Moroccan authorities, who want to develop responsible tourism there.

From Paris-Orly, 1 flight per week on Tuesdays, all year round, with Royal Air Morocco.

Lamezia Terme (Italy)

Tropea, the pearl of Calabria, sits on its rocky promontory and dominates the Tyrrhenian Sea. The southwestern part of La Botte can now be reached via a new connection between Paris and Lamezia Terme. jovannig

Straighten the “toe of the boot”. By opening the 100th line in its history to Calabria’s largest airport, Transavia opens up new direct access to this region of southern Italy, which benefits from unique sunshine and hundreds of kilometers of beaches. You will discover varied landscapes, especially in the mountains of Sila National Park, but also treasures in sometimes unknown cities: Rossano, Catanzaro, Stilo, without forgetting the postcard village Tropea.

From Paris-Orly, 2 weekly flights Mondays and Fridays from July 8 with Transavia.

Podgorica (Montenegro)

Views of Montenegro’s capital from the Moraca River. Leonid Andronov

It is a destination that is rising, year after year. Transavia, which already serves Tivat Airport, which is closest to Kotor’s famous estuary, is doubling its efforts and opening a line to Pogdorica, Montenegro’s capital. The opportunity to discover another facet, smaller by the sea, of this mountainous country as large as Île-de-France, but take advantage of breathtaking natural values: from Lake Skadar to Durmitor National Park, for a fabulous journey between sea and mountains.

From Paris-Orly, a weekly flight every Saturday until October 29 with Transavia.

From Roissy-CDG it is also possible to fly with Air Montenegro.

Larnaca (Cyprus)

In the southern part of Cyprus, Larnaca offers beaches and monuments, here its medieval castle. marinadatsenko

Direction south of the island of Cyprus. In Larnaca, in the church of St. Lazarus, dating from the 9th century, lays the grave of the famous saint who would have returned from the dead. But between old towns, seaside resorts and endless beaches, the main Cypriot airport, which is now directly connected to several French cities, offers access to a very wide range of sunny holidays.

From Roissy-CDG, 2 flights a week since March 29 with easyJet.

From Paris-Orly, 2 weekly flights Tuesdays and Saturdays from July 9 with Transavia.

Bologna (Italy)

The dove torri of Bologna, one of the symbols of the magnificent city of Emilia-Romagna. cge2010

In northern Italy, after the neighbors Milan, Verona, Florence or Venice, we rarely think of Bologna. In terms of history and discovery, however, “the red city” does not disappoint. The capital of Emilia-Romagna can be visited on foot, and everything will give the impression of a journey through time: from the Fountain of Neptune to the Salaborsa Library, which passes through the Accursio Palace or the Basilica of San Petronio, where we discover one of the largest sundial in the world.

From Paris-Orly, up to 3 direct flights a week with Vueling.

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